Fruit Bouquets' How to Make Valentine's Chocolate Covered Candy Heart Pineapple Skewers




Introduction: Fruit Bouquets' How to Make Valentine's Chocolate Covered Candy Heart Pineapple Skewers

Looking for a thoughtful Valentine's Day idea for him or her?

Make Chocolate Covered Heart-Shaped Pineapples that your loved one will be sure to adore.

Step 1: Gather All Necessary Materials

  • Knife
  • Skewers
  • Heart-Shaped Cookie Cutter
  • Pineapple
  • Cutting board
  • Chocolate dipping sauce
  • Icing writer

Step 2: Slice Pineapple

  • A very sharp knife is recommended to cut into the pineapple.
  • Warning: when cutting make sure your hand is holding the pineapple, but is kept far away from the blade to prevent injury.

Step 3: Cut Into Hearts

  • Using the heart-shaped cookie cutter, firmly press the cookie cutter downward into the pineapple.
  • The amount you'd like created is totally up to you. Just be ready to think of a cute message for each!

Step 4: Put on Skewers

  • Use one skewer for each pineapple and insert as seen in the photo above.

Step 5: Dip Into Chocolate

  • Using your custom made chocolate machine, dip the pineapples into chocolate one by one until fully coated (LOL! Don't worry! We know you likely do not own such a thing. Therefore, you will need microwavable chocolate dipping sauce you can find in your local grocery store.)
  • It is extremely important to wait until the chocolate is dry before the next step.

Step 6: Write Messages

  • Once the chocolate is dry, use a frosting writer to write messages for your significant other.
  • This part is completely up to you and must come from the heart. We'll let you take it from here.

Step 7: Completion

  • Plan how you'll surprise that special someone with these tasty pineapple treats.
  • Also, eat the rest of the remaining pineapple for all your hard work. You've earned it.



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